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Get all the information, resources, tools, and ideas you need to homeschool successfully in Alabama. Start your journey by exploring these important starting points:


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Wiregrass Museum of Art
Located in Dothan, the Wiregrass Museum of Art offers art exhibits, education programs, and special events.
Home Educator's Family Times
Published six times a year by Home Educator, this publication offers research on education and homeschool issues, successful homeschool strategies, practical teaching tips, and more.
Florence Museums System
The Florence Museums System consists of five separate properties: W. C. Handy Home, Museum & Library, a restored log cabin that was the boyhood home of the famous composer known as the "Father of the Blues"; Indian Mound and Museum; Pope's Tavern Museum, a Civil War era historic site; The Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts; and Frank Lloyd Wright-Rosenbaum House.
Scottsboro - Jackson Heritage Center
Historical and cultural museum dedicated to presenting and preserving the history of Jackson County. Focuses on the history of the area from the Paelo-Indian era, 12,000 years ago, through the 1930's. The museum consists of the 1880 ante-bellum Brown-Proctor house; the pioneer village, composed of authentic buildings, named "Sagetown;" and the 1868 Jackson County Courthouse. The museum also offers genealogical research, special exhibits, special events and festivals. Special events include: art exhibits, musical performances, theatrical performances and heritage festivals.

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